Laura Rowe

Deputy Director of Education

Laura joined Fair Ways in 2013 to initially work as a Zero Hours Support Worker, having previously taught in prison. Laura took up the position as Deputy Head of Swanwick School in February 2014 and has since progressed to her current role as Deputy Director of Education with oversight of all three school sites. Since being with Fair Ways Laura has achieved an MSc in Educational Leadership and Management. In her spare time, Laura enjoys amateur dramatics both on and off stage, holidays and spending time with her family.

My Why – Every child deserves a champion – an adult who will never give up on them, who understands the power of connection and insists that they become the best that they can possibly be.” That is my why. This is the reason I do what I do. I have always had roles which have meant I can be that champion but as my career has progressed I am not in a position to be able to support others to become champions. I am someone that never gives up on young people or staff. I am someone that wants people to become the best that they can be whatever their best looks like. My staff and young people give me my reason why every day.

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